Important Advice About Your Accident Claim

USA Accidents Claims

Privacy Policy

None of the information that you provide in any of our contact forms will be used for any purpose other than to provide you with legal advice you have requested.

You may be prompted to complete some forms with private information on our sites. This information will only be passed on to one of our lawyers. We do not store the information submitted by visitors to our site on one large database. We will keep a manual record of your information as is normal practice at all law firms and in line with best practice procedures and we will not pass on any of your information to third party marketing companies.

We guarantee to maintain your privacy at all times and we do not share your information with any third party companies. We do not employ the use of web cookies on our sites, cookies are used to track your browsing history and may be used by some advertising companies to tailor adverts that are displayed as you browse the Internet. Disabling these cookies is possible in the settings of the Internet browser that you are using.

There may be some links to external websites displayed throughout our web sites. We would warn you to carefully read the privacy policy on these sites. We can have no control over the policies of these web sites and accept no liability for any of their operational procedures.

In compliance with California SB1386, amending civil codes 1798.29, 1798.82 and 1798.84 you are entitled to a copy of any information that we are storing about you. If you wish for a copy of this information please submit a request to us via e-mail or in writing and we will be happy to provide it.

We respect your privacy and never
sell on your personal information